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APRIL 28, 2020 — Charleston Law Review, an independent student-run organization, has announced its executive board for 2020-2021. Lindsay Nishan was elected by members of the Charleston Law Review to serve as editor-in-chief and appointed the remaining board members based upon an application and interview process. Appointees include Michael Secrist,...

APRIL 23, 2020 – Students, faculty and staff came together virtually on Tuesday afternoon in celebration of Awards Day 2020 to recognize the outstanding achievements in the Charleston School of Law community. Several awards were presented, the new executive board for the Student Bar Association was sworn in, and the...

April 2, 2020  – President J. Edward Bell, III of the Charleston School of Law announced today that Larry Cunningham, J.D., has been selected as Dean of the Charleston School of Law after a nationwide search. Cunningham comes from St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, New York, where...

May 12, 2020  – The Charleston School of Law is currently physically closed. All summer 2020 classes will be taught online via Zoom. All offices and departments at the Law School are operating remotely until further notice. The senior administration continues to meet regularly to monitor the situation closely and...

Feb. 26, 2020 — Charleston School of Law professor Constance Anastapoulo was the first woman in South Carolina history to run for state attorney general, winning 769,000 votes in the 2018 election.  [caption id="attachment_14856" align="alignright" width="168"] Constance Anastapoulo and her grandmother at age 107[/caption] “More votes than Nikki Haley ever got (in...

Feb. 13, 2020  – Alumni from all graduating classes of the Charleston School of Law “came home” to celebrate with classmates on February 7-8. During this year’s homecoming festivities, the 10-year milestone for the class of 2009 and class of 2010 was celebrated. Alumni enjoyed a welcome party and reception...

Jan. 31, 2020  – The General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Defense will kick off a conference this Friday, February 7, on the legal and ethical issues of seemingly inevitable climate change. The conference at the Charleston Music Hall will include public and private sector attorneys, government officials, law professors,...

Jan. 1, 2020 – As we embark on a new year, Charleston Law is focused on helping students prioritize wellness and balance in 2020. As we all know, law school is an intense academic and social experience. Many students spend 60 hours a week studying, in addition to juggling extracurricular...

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